Tensile properties of extruded Mg-8Sn-1Zn alloys subjected to different heat treatments
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- Tensile properties of extruded Mg-8Sn-1Zn alloys subjected to different heat treatments
- Park, Sung Soo; Kim, Y. J.; Cheng, W. L.; Kim, Y. M.; You, B. S.
- extrusion; magnesium alloy; superplasticity; tensile properties
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- TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
- PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE LETTERS, v.91, no.1, pp.37 - 44
- The tensile properties of extruded Mg-8Sn-1Zn alloys subjected to different heat treatments have been investigated. At room temperature, the alloy heat-treated at 500°C showed higher strength and ductility than the alloy heat-treated at 420°C. At 200°C, the former showed much larger tensile elongations than the latter, exhibiting 670% at a strain rate of 1.0 × 10-4 s-1. The better tensile properties in the former are attributed to grain refinement and the larger quantity of fine Mg2Sn particles.
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